Ambitious stunt doesn't quite fly, as Canadian news chopper picks up North Carolina man who landed in Newfoundland.
Shortly after the French aircraft maker finishes high-elevation tests in Bolivia on one version of the energy-efficient jet, it begins cold-weather testing on Baffin Island.
Whale Alert is designed to give ship captains a warning that right whales are in their vicinity. The hope is that mariners will be able to avoid colliding with the highly endangered animals.
Canadian Harold Hackett has created his own social network of over 3,000 friends using bottled messages and tides.
The Safe Driving Monitor from Root Four Imagination monitors a driver's speed, distance traveled, and braking habits. The device is marketed to parents of teenagers who may be concerned with their child's driving risks.
Today, the last Friday of July is SysAdmin day and we appreciate them even more because they came through during the live show and got us back online. We also talk about David Pogue's new movement to "take back the beep."
For the 50th consecutive year, the professionals paid to protect North America against an aerospace attack will be intently focused on their jobs Christmas Eve--tracking Santa. [Missing Links]
Nintendo is smashing the competition in game consoles and Rafe thinks he knows the reason why. The G/D ratio will probably become a new economic leading indicator. We also determine just how long you should wait for Windows 7.
Rest easy, friends. You'll never have to agree to another EULA again. This one covers everything.